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Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - ograabe - 12-27-2009

This is TERRIFIC. I vote YES !

It would be great if you did more!

YOUR VOICE IS PERFECTLY CLEAR !!!!! I can't imagine a better voice.

Otto


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - Nimrod Warda - 12-28-2009

Shamasha,

I like the idea of sound being added, but my only critisism (which is only meant to be constructive) would be that it needs to flow better. Maybe there should be the option of listening to each verse individually, but also listening to each chapter as a whole. Otherwise, very good!

Peace,

-Nimrod Warda-
p.s. Maybe ask Qasha Antwan to help with the recordings!?!


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - Donald J - 12-30-2009

Shlama everyone,

I am new to this forum but it is because of finding this forum my faith has been strengthened by learning about the Peshitta. MarYa bless you Paul. I think it would be wonderful to hear the Gospel read by a Native speaker. Your narration was great. <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile --> I was using the interlinear NT until I purchased Andrews peshitta translation last year and the audios would be a huge help.

-Donald J


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - Paul Younan - 12-31-2009

Shlama Akhay,

Whoa - how was this thread resurrected from five years ago? <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->

Nimrod I like your idea that Qasha Antwan do the recordings, I think he has the best voice in the CoE hands down. Question is, who's going to ask him? He's probably the busiest man I know.


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - Sami Rabia - 12-31-2009

Paul Younan Wrote:Shlama Akhay,

Whoa - how was this thread resurrected from five years ago? <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->

Nimrod I like your idea that Qasha Antwan do the recordings, I think he has the best voice in the CoE hands down. Question is, who's going to ask him? He's probably the busiest man I know.

I've been going through all the posts sinced I joined from that fist to the last, I'm on page 13 now of the general section, in order to have a good understanding of the history of the forum and its working and I also want to make sure I can learn as much as I possibly can about everything to do with the Peshitta and the CoE so I don't want to miss anything posted, I have already learned alot, I once asked my wife, how is it that our religion was originated in the middle east, by semetic people, and since the 4th cent has been dominated by western people and thinking? I said, there must be some great witness in the middle east, I cannot accept that Our Lords words found place only west of Israel!

I am 100% for a recording of Peshitta. I think I have seen you Paul express concerns elsewhere about the language dying, it would be good to preserve in audio native speakers for posterity. With my Arabic I think I come close, but hearing your recording teaches me much more about the language, and I have a long way to go.

In the meantime I listen closely to the Holy Qurbana I bought from Aramaicbooks and I found Mar Eshai's "blue book" online, in which he gives a transliteration and translation of some of your liturgy, so I can follow what I am listening to. What a blessing such material is.

There is a recording available of the Gospel of Mark in Modern Assyrian on Aramaicbible.org, it sounds very good to me and genuine, I recognized a similarity between how you pronounce certain letters and them also (particularly the H)

Sami


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - Assur-ahhe-iddina - 01-13-2010

I am using a Mac and I am unable to listen to the audio. I clicked on the number but for some reason no audio came out.


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - distazo - 11-11-2012

Hi All,

Lets resurrect this topic again.
I remember there were some links to recordings of the ancient Peshitta pronounciation (not modern Aramaic) somewhere online. I just want some mp3s on my mobile to learn to listen to the language.

Is there such a link?


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - The Texas RAT - 11-11-2012

distazo Wrote:Hi All,

Lets resurrect this topic again.
I remember there were some links to recordings of the ancient Peshitta pronounciation (not modern Aramaic) somewhere online. I just want some mp3s on my mobile to learn to listen to the language.

Is there such a link?


Aramaic-Audio_Bible_Complete_New_Testament_NT_MP3.zip
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Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - distazo - 11-11-2012

The Texas RAT Wrote:
distazo Wrote:Hi All,

Lets resurrect this topic again.
I remember there were some links to recordings of the ancient Peshitta pronounciation (not modern Aramaic) somewhere online. I just want some mp3s on my mobile to learn to listen to the language.

Is there such a link?


Aramaic-Audio_Bible_Complete_New_Testament_NT_MP3.zip
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://bitflow.dyndns.org/aramaic/AudioBible/">http://bitflow.dyndns.org/aramaic/AudioBible/</a><!-- m -->

Hi Texas <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->
This is not Syriac but some other dialect. Thanks anyway.


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - The Texas RAT - 11-12-2012

distazo Wrote:Hi Texas <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->
This is not Syriac but some other dialect. Thanks anyway.

Whoops! It all sounds Greek to me (i.e.- a foreign language). My bad, but it did say Aramaic?


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - distazo - 11-12-2012

It is Turoyo
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Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - nvnv91 - 11-12-2012

This is brilliant
I am new to this and i must say this just sparked things up
I give my full support on this

Keep up the great work
Cheers!


Re: Interlinear Files with Sound! (vote) - The Texas RAT - 11-23-2012

distazo Wrote:
The Texas RAT Wrote:
distazo Wrote:Hi All,

Lets resurrect this topic again.
I remember there were some links to recordings of the ancient Peshitta pronounciation (not modern Aramaic) somewhere online. I just want some mp3s on my mobile to learn to listen to the language.

Is there such a link?


Aramaic-Audio_Bible_Complete_New_Testament_NT_MP3.zip
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://bitflow.dyndns.org/aramaic/AudioBible/">http://bitflow.dyndns.org/aramaic/AudioBible/</a><!-- m -->

Hi Texas <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->
This is not Syriac but some other dialect. Thanks anyway.

How about these two:
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and

<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.aramaicbible.org/Chaldean.htm">http://www.aramaicbible.org/Chaldean.htm</a><!-- m -->